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Glam Club
ul. Zurawia 22, 00-515 Warsaw
Phone: +48/ 510 631 740
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(Metro Centrum)

Straight Gay Lesbian mixed, Bar, Dance Club
Gay friendly place Check website for dates.
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    M 25
    ul. Minska 25, Warsaw (Entrance through the gate opposite of ul. Goczawska)
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    (In a factory backyard)

    Gay and Lesbian friendly, Bar, Dance Club
    Huge club located outside the city centre. Gay friendly place. Electro music. Its not open every weekend. Check website for dates.
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  • Wojtek wrote in November 2007:'An artistic, kind of bohema place. A gay friendly club, that was created after the famous Le Madame Club was shut down and continues its mission of hosting all sort of art projects and great parties.'
  • Slawek wrote in August 2009:'They organise events and special parties. But check the website as some of them are invitation only. Not gay, but has gay owner, but no gay parties.'
    Marszalkowska 3/5, 00-624 Warsaw (entrance from Emila Zoli street)
    Phone +48/22 825 6014, 695 439 986
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    (Tram 4, 18, 19, 35 - stop Unii Lubelskiej Square; from Plac Unii Lubelskiego turn left into Marszalkowska. After 100 meters turn left into Zoli street and then left again into the courtyard with the Toro sigs. The club is on the left. Take the stairs to the second floor)

    Gay, Lesbian, Bar, Dance Club, Darkroom
    Bar and disco in the centre on 2 floors. Local atmosphere. Large darkroom. The disco really starts at 8pm! At the weekends the most popular gay-lesbian disco in town.
    Tuesdays till Sundays 8 PM till the last guest left (latest at 5 am)
    $: No cover charge and no minimum consumption on weekdays; 15 PLN entrance fee on weekends, depending on shows. Sundays cover charge 20 PLN (drink as much beer as you want).
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    • Aidan wrote in November 2005:'I visited here with 7 gay friends in October 2005. We had such a good time here. Its quite sleazy but has loads of atmosphere. It was Halloween so there were alot of guys in fancy dress. There was also a drag show on. A bit difficult for us as it was mainly some old drag queen talking alot about something we couldnt undersatand! A few drag singing acts. We had alot of fun tho. The bar staff here are friendlier than in any of the other clubs. There is a dark room off the gents toilets (if thats your thing). Very dingy but busy. We came back for a second night and had as much fun. You wont find the pretenciousness of Utopia here. The crowd seem more relaxed. Once again hard enough to find. Make sure you turn on your Gaydar!'
    • Jack wrote in November 2005:'Go by taxi. If you wanna funky dance club this is for you. Friendly. Cheap. You'll have a great time.'
    • Jurandi wrote in March 2006:'I was in Warsaw for 5 days. A very nice city and very nice people. In Toro? Only fun! I come back again to Poland! I love Warsaw!'
    • Ferenc wrote in March 2007:'We (me and my boyfriend) visited Warsaw a few weeks ago, and visited also club Toro. The place itself is really crapy, but both the guests and the staff are kind. There was a cover charge of 10 PLN for one person. A Long Island ice tea cost 28 PLN. The music is OK. You can shake your asses for popular international and Polish dance hits. The place is a far minutes walk from square 'Konstitucij'. Can be aproached also by tram from the center. Only one strange moment happened there: They refused a girl couple to enter the club.'
    • Paul wrote in September 2007:'I am a UK guy and went to Toro last night with a straight girl friend. The club was easy to find and the people on the door were welcoming and spoke English well. There is a little court yard outside with tables and people were sat chatting. Inside the doorman told my friend that it was 'men only' downstairs, which I guess means there was some sort of 'dark room' area. Upstairs the bar was lively with a good crowd of people, including woman who were with their gay friends. The bar was spacious and fun and the bar staff cool. The people in the club were mostly male but very friendly and seemed to include all ages. The music after midnight was a bit too 'techno', but the crowd loved it. The doorman were helpful when we left and told u where to get taxis etc. I think this place was like some clubs in th UK, so go and have fun!'
    • Wojtek wrote in November 2007:'Not a fancy, but really fun place. Sensible door selection. Much easier to get in than Utopia, and people are lees snobbish there. Its doing fine.'
    • Mike wrote in May 2009:'On weekends entry fee - 10 or 15 PLN, depending on show.'
    • Jose wrote in August 2009:'Toro is one of the best places in Warsaw. Dark room is nice and very nice boys from all ages. Strongly recommended.'
    No Longer Existing
    Paradise - closed
    Idol - closed
    Palace - closed in September 2007
    Szklarnia - closed in December 2007
    Luztro Al. Jerozolimskie 6, 00-374 Warsaw Utopia - closed in August 2010
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